Use Adj. Value
The printer prints and reads a test pattern for automat-
ic adjustment of the feed amount. Note that this func-
tion takes more time and consumes more ink than Au-
to(GenuinePpr). (See "Automatic Banding Adjust-
ment (Adj. Quality).")
Use this mode with highly transparent media or other
paper for which Auto(GenuinePpr) or Auto(Other-
Paper) cannot be used.
Print a test pattern for adjustment of the feed amount
based on the type of paper. (See "Manual Banding
Adjustment (Adj. Quality).")
Print a test pattern for particular types of paper to
compensate for paper stretching or shrinkage, after
which you enter the amount of adjustment. (See "Ad-
justing Line Length (Adjust Length).")
Displayed when you have selected Feed Priority >
Adj. Priority > Print Length.
Adjustment relative to the amount of stretching or
shrinkage of the current paper.
Enter either the adjustment results from Adjustment-
Print or the discrepancy that you measured (as a per-
For paper that tends to stretch, increase the feed
amount by choosing a higher adjustment value. For
paper that tends to shrink, decrease the feed amount
by choosing a lower adjustment value.
Choose Yes for automatic adjustment of the adjust-
ment value after a test pattern for color calibration is
The Date, Paper Type, and Adjustment Type for
which color calibration was executed are displayed on
the Display Screen where you can confirm them.
Common calibration and unique calibration are the
Adjustment Type of color calibration.
When paper is set in the printer, the history of effec-
tive color calibration for the set paper is displayed.
When paper is not set in the printer, the latest history
among common calibration or unique calibration is
Also, a hyphen (-) is displayed when there are no exe-
(See "Using Color Calibration for Color Adjust-
(See "Paper that can be used in Color Calibra-
Choose Disabled > OK if you prefer not to apply the
color calibration adjustment value in print jobs. How-
ever, printer driver settings are given priority.
Choose Enabled > OK to apply the color calibration
adjustment value in print jobs. However, printer driver
settings are given priority.